The Covid-19 oxygen crisis: How did we get here? Part 10. Why this series, why now?


I think what alarmed or resonated with me the most in writing this report, are two key points in the narrative: the fact that we still don’t know what the origins of Covid-19 are; and the fact that for whatever reason, we still do not have adequate oxygen supply to all those that need it in remote or crisis-stricken regions.

Amidst all of the evidence, all of the theories and data and learnings, it is those two facts that I began this series with and ultimately end it with too. 

Today, in this world of incredible state-of-the-art science and technologies, with all of our learnings from previous pandemics and genomes and epidemic sequencing, how do we still not know where this virus originated from?

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